The last flap for actor Lucas Gregorowicz (46) in his role as "Polizeiruf 110" commissioner Adam Raczek has fallen. After around seven years and twelve films, Gregorowicz left the popular crime series at his own request. "Abyss" was his last case. In a statement, the actor said of his decision: "It's time to go." But what's next in the Brandenburg police station, which is based in the German-Polish border area?
Will André Kaczmarczyk (36), who only took over the part of Maria Simon (46), aka Olga Lenski, who also left two films ago, investigate on his own? At least in the upcoming thriller that will indeed be the case. It's already in the box. As the responsible rbb announced, the "Police Call 110: The God of Bankruptcy" was already filmed in June and July in Frankfurt (Oder), Gröben and Berlin. In it, Vincent Ross investigates solo, the broadcast is planned for the first quarter of 2023.
Antoni Mazur (Frank Jendrzytza, 56) is found dead in a gravel pit about 500 meters from the Way of St. James, which leads directly through Brandenburg. The dead man, a Polish citizen, was apparently with many other pilgrims. The first to find the body is a policeman from the nearby Lebus police station, Karl Rogov (Frank Leo Schröder, 61), who immediately takes over questioning the pilgrims. This support comes in handy for Chief Inspector Vincent Ross (Kaczmarczyk). It turns out that Mazur had massive financial problems and was facing bankruptcy proceedings.
His wife Lina (Katrin Heller) and his father Klaudiusz (Roman Wieslaw Zanowicz, 70) report the enormous pressure that insolvency administrator Udo Schick (Bernhard Schir, 59) and his debt adviser Jonathan Hueter (Godehard Giese, 50) are said to have put on him . When it turns out that the insolvency administrator intercepted his daughter Maria Schick (Anna-Maria Bednarzik) on the pilgrimage shortly before Antoni Mazur's death, he was suspected of a crime: What does the "god of bankruptcy" know?